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Last Updated: 28th May 2024

What do Monggo plants need to grow?

Mung beans prefer fertile soil that is sandy loam and has good drainage. It should have a pH between 6.2 and 7.2. To remove large rocks and weeds, till the soil and add compost to amend the soil. When the soil is at 65 degrees F, plant the seed.

Similar questions are asked: What do mung beans require to grow?

Mung beans thrive in full sun with a minimum of eight to ten hours of sunlight per day. They also grow well in loamy, well-drained soil with a pH of 5.8 – 7.0. Harvesting is easy because the tender annual produces pods that are at or above the foliage level. Mung beans are resistant against most diseases and insects.

How long does it take for a Monggo Seed to grow? About 2-3 days

So, how do you care for a Monggo plant.

Fill the clay container with soil but leave about 1cm visible at the top.

  1. Gently push around 3-5 Monggo seeds, at least 2cm into the soil.
  2. Water the soil until it is moist enough to allow the seeds to breathe, but not too much so that they drown.
  3. Place the pot in a sunny spot where it will receive direct sunlight each morning.

How much water does mung bean plants need to grow?

Sprouts will grow faster but less dense if temperatures are between 80-85 degrees Fahrenheit. Spritzing water every four to six hours over sprouts for the first four days is a good idea. After that, you can increase the interval between watering to eight hours.